This is quite possibly the worst car on
the road ever. I would rather risk a
Pinto of the 70's than spend one more
minute in this pile of junk. Let me
sum it up; 3 transmissions, 2 head
gaskets, new steering knuckle on driver
side, numerous brake problems, plastic
buttons on climate control are gone,
suspension problems, and tie-rods. All
before 100,000 miles. POS.
Knowing that this car will be crushed
when I am done with it.
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